Randy Calvin Woodruff

March 30, 1959March 2, 2018
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Randy Calvin Woodruff Sr., 58, of Odessa, TX passed away on Friday, March 2, 2018 at his home in Odessa. Randy was born, March 30, 1959 in Odessa Texas to Calvin and Betty Woodruff. Randy worked as a plant operator for 32 years at his time of passing he worked at RexTec. Randy loved spending time with his six grandbabies, traveling, learning his family history, and weaponry. Randy is preceded in death by his parents, uncle Martin Woodruff, and brother-in-law, Rick Voke. Randy is survived by his children, Randall Woodruff and spouse Sabrina, Marchelle Farrell and spouse Michael; grandchildren, Amaris, Olivia, Ethan, Lillian, & Sophia Woodruff, and Karsyn Farrell; Siblings, Lori Voke, Billie-Sue and Patrick Shanahan. Visitation will be held from 6pm-8pm at Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Graveside funeral service will be held at Sunset Memorial Gardens at 1:00 pm on Friday, March 9, 2018. Services entrusted to Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.


  • Randall Woodruff and wife Sabrina, Son
  • Marchelle Farrell and husband Michael, Daughter
  • Amaris, Olivia, Ethan, Lillian, Sophia, & Karsyn, Grandchildren
  • Lori Voke, Sister
  • Billie-Sue Shanahan, Sister
  • Patrick Shanahan, Brother

  • Randall Woodruff, Jr.
  • Michael Farrell
  • Dennis Stephens
  • Dean McCann
  • Rusty Perry
  • Jeremy Perry
  • Dereck Carr


  • Visitation Thursday, March 8, 2018
  • Graveside Friday, March 9, 2018

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Alan Hurley

March 9, 2018

I know Randy for many years. I live six block from him on Locust. He was always nice. Saw him though the years and he always stop to talk. His mom and my mom was good friend. He will be miss. Prayers to the family.

Debra Brown Williams

March 7, 2018

I wish to express my deepest sympathy to the family of Randy. I am so sorry for your loss.

My memory goes back to Locust Street where our lives first began. For the first four years of my life, Randy was my very best friend. Randy and I were three or four years old playing in the backyard, when a wonderful idea for an adventure came to us. We decided it would be great fun to walk to John Ireland Elementary and see if we could find my brother, Steve, and our neighbor and friend, Bobby Cameron. The walk to the school was uneventful, taking the same route my mom always took to drop my brother off. There were kids on the playground playing, but Steve and Bobby were no where to be found. Very disappoint not to see them we decided to head back home by a different route. By this time, our parents and many of our neighbors, were frantically looking for us. Of course, this alarm was unbeknown to Randy and I, as we made our way down allies, searching in trashcans for treasures. This was indeed the adventure we had hoped for all along. It was short lived though. As we returned the lid to one of the trash cans and looked up, we saw our neighbor, Dot Cameron, driving down the alley toward us. While we were both perplexed to see Dot driving in the alley, we were also excited to see her and share this great adventure we were having. Dot was excited too, but not for all the same reasons. She urged us into the car and took us home ... little did we know what awaited us there. I am so grateful to have known Randy so early in life. He was a sweet and kind friend. My heart and prayers are with each member of his family and all his friends. May God bless and comfort each of you at this time of loss. Love and blessings, Debbie Brown

Dennis Alvarado

March 6, 2018

I have enjoyed Randy's Friendship since the 7th grade at Hood and had many laughs and good times with Him. I too, shall very much miss His wit and excellent sense of humor He always showed throughout our school days. God Bless Your Spirit my Friend. May All the Family and Friends find Comfort in Y'all's Memories of Him. There is no better Friend than Randy anywhere on this earth - now in Heaven............

Rest in Peace Mr. Randy Woodruff. I Love You like a Brother, Sir!